Partial Mismatch in Anaplan vs Scrum Methodology

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Partial Mismatch in Anaplan vs Scrum Methodology

Colleagues, hi!

 

Is there any specific reason why in Anaplan Way we change the terminology for basic definitions?

 

Project Sponsor = Product Owner

Master Bucket = Product Backlog

Sprint Bucket ? Not even sure as based on Anaplan Way training Sprint Bucket populates specific sprints in a release

 

This is especially odd when in one training section we use one set of terminology and in another - classic Scrum one

 

Is it possible either to align for an easier understanding or, at least, provide a "mapping" between two sets of terminology?

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Re: Partial Mismatch in Anaplan vs Scrum Methodology

@AngrySiberianBear 

 

That's why they call it The Anaplan Way "TAW". Its hybrid of Traditional Scrum and Anaplan based Scrum